The most beautiful Carnival costumes for children to buy online, in the store, or to make at home. Many ideas of disguises, from the most traditional, to the most original and scenographic costumes
Carnival costumes for children
What are the costumes of Carnival favorite by children? Certainly on the podium of the most loved there are costumes inspired by cartoon characters. How nice to pretend for a day to be your favorite hero!
From costumes inspired by favorite TV and movie characters, to more traditional disguises, through to DIY ones, here is a collection of ideas for carnival costumes for children to buy in specialized stores and also online.
Carnival Costumes for Kids on Amazon
Amazon has a well-stocked showcase of Carnival clothes for children. You can really indulge in cartoon characters, costumes inspired by crafts, soft padded disguises suitable even for the little ones for maximum safety.
Frozen Elsa Carnival Dress
For sissies, for example, Amazon offers the Carnival dress from Elsa from Frozen: a complete disguise, consisting of a turquoise dress and accessories (crown, scepter, earrings, ring and blonde braid to be applied on the hair). Reviews of those who bought this Carnival dress they are all positive: corresponds to the size, the quality-price ratio is excellent and, according to some customers, Elsa’s dress is more beautiful in real life than in the photo. The accessories are treated in detail.
Firefighter Carnival Costume
For boys, however, Amazon – among many carnival clothes – also proposes the fireman one, a profession that drives many children crazy. The disguise includes the red jacket, helmet, badge, fire extinguisher, megaphone (which emits sounds) and a tag where you can write the child’s name. It is a really well done Carnival costume, as evidenced by the many reviews left on the site: ‘ideal for both Carnival and for fun’, write many users enthusiastic about the satisfied reaction of their children.
Fox Carnival Costume for Babies
Amazon, as we know, always pays particular attention to the little ones and, so, for Carnival, it offers some cute animal disguises for early childhood. There is the fox-shaped romper, of orange fur, with a lot of hood and ears. There are the nice and sweet alternatives from duck, tiger, bunny, panda. These are comfortable rompers to put on, practical for the ‘diaper change’ thanks to the central zip and reusable also as pajamas. The sizes are quite abundant, the live costumes are soft and well made and many mothers – according to the numerous reviews left on Amazon – have been satisfied with the product.
News for Carnival 2021
Which costume will really mark the trend of Carnival 2021? It is always difficult to make predictions, but considering the films recently released in cinemas and the cartoons of the moment, we can try to guess the Carnival costumes that will be in fashion this year:
- Children’s costume inspired by Avengers characters
- For girls there is the Ladybug costume, the new television heroine: a red jumpsuit with black polka dots and a magical mask that little girls like so much
- Following the success of Mary Poppins (played by Emily Blunt), among the trendy Carnival costumes there is just that.
- Costume from characters of the Incredible (not only for children, but for the whole family)
- Character costumes of Star Wars, always in pole position.
- For girls, the Carnival costume from Barbie or Elsa from Frozen.
- Thanks to the release on Netflix with the series, even the Winx will set trends in 2021.
Carnival costumes inspired by cartoon characters
Thanks to the animated films that brought the characters of television and comics to cinemas, among the most popular Carnival costumes for children, there are those from ‘Flash’ of the Incredibles, the one from Spiderman, from Batman, from Hulk, from Captain America (relaunched by the hit of Avengers in theaters).
For girls, princesses are all the rage. Not only Elsa, but also Belle, Cinderella and Rapunzel.
And, of course, for both babies and toddlers, there is no shortage of Carnival costumes inspired by cartoons…